Letter – George Redshaw to Edward Radcliffe – 24 Mar 1652

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Mar 1652
Correspondent: George Redshaw
Recipient: Edward Radcliffe
Archive Source: NRO ZBL 260 2
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If Sr. Edward Radcliffe doe not pay in to Mr. Horsly Treasurer the rent for Langly and Land ends to morrow Souldiers will come to Dilston & Quarter.

George Redshaw

this 24 March 1651
A Henry Horsley was one of the Northumberland commissioners appointed in December 1652 to raise a tax towards the maintenance of the army.

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